The Palm Restaurant: Boston

Family-owned since 1926, The Palm Boston serves prime steaks, whole lobster, Italian specialties and award-winning wines. Captured by: HistoryView.org Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Salem Tavern

Constructed 1784, restored 1965 The Salem Tavern dates to 1784 when it was rebuilt in masonry after an earlier wooden tavern burned to the ground. Parts of the basement walls are from the original 1775 Tavern building. The Tavern was an important facility for the town of Salem. Leaders decided to place the Tavern on …

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Randy’s Restaurant

Richard & Lucia Roadenizer and I have been the proprietors of Randy’s Restaurant for 37 years.   Their mission is to provide fast, friendly service along with a family-style dining experience.  During your visit, be sure to browse through our many aviation history displays. As an Army Airborne/Air Force retired veteran, Richard gives a real insight and respect for all branches of the …

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Riscky’s BAR-B-Q

Riscky’s BBQ has been around for over 75 years serving up the finest in mouth-watering ribs, BBQ sandwiches and chicken and so much more. The world-renowned Riscky’s barbecue is hand-rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and slow smoked for hours. According to the folks that work at Riscky’s and the customers who frequent the restaurants, Riscky’s has …

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Riscky’s Steakhouse

Riscky’s Steakhouse is nestled in the heart of the Stockyards, ranchers, cattlemen & cowboys have been eating at this historic location since the 1920s. Captured by: Metroplex360 Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Norwegian Canning Museum

Captured by: 3VR Norwegian Canning Museum Exhibits, equipment demos & films on the regional canning industry in a former factory complex. The Oiled Sardine by amazingdesign on Sketchfab Good Sardin by Skyzoom on Sketchfab Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park | Jeff. Smiths Parlor

One of Skagway’s most prominent buildings, the Jeff. Smiths Parlor Museum is forever connected to the notorious outlaw Jefferson Randolph “Soapy” Smith. Although Smith led his nefarious band of con men from its cramped rooms, he only occupied the building for three short months before his death in a gunfight. What happened to the building …

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Waldmann Brewery & Wurstery

Waldmann Brewery & Wurstery first opened prior to the Civil War by Bavarian immigrant Anton Waldmann and his wife (Wilhel)Mina, Waldmann is the oldest surviving saloon building in the Twin Cities. Meticulously restored to its frontier grace and simplicity, Waldmann once again welcomes all with the warmth of its wood stoves, lamplight and traditionally-crafted house-made lagers, …

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Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village Farmstead

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village, formerly called the Amherst Museum, is an open-air museum located in Amherst, New York. The Museum is dedicated to preserving the history the Town of Amherst, the Village of Williamsville and the Niagara Frontier. (Wikipedia) Captured by: SiteView Library Learn More About HistoryView VR

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